Headache is one of the most common illnesses in Australia, with around 15 per cent of us taking painkillers for a headache at any given time. Because headaches are so common, most people think they are a normal part of life. However, a persistent headache is a sign that something is wrong.
If you are one of the many Australians that suffers with neck pain, neck ache or neck stiffness, you will be pleased to know that our proven Physiotherapy approach may offer the solution you have been searching for.
Lower back pain is an extremely common condition with up to 80% of the population experiencing back pain at some time during the lives. Although the underlying pathology of low back pain is usually not serious.
Shoulder pain and injury are common. Your shoulder is the most mobile of all your joints. Just think about how much it can actually move
Whiplash neck sprains are common. About 2 in 3 people involved in car accidents develop neck pain (with or without other injuries). Many people are surprised with the onset of neck pain following even minor accidents some hours following the accident.
If you have ever suffered from sciatica you will know how painful and disruptive it can be. Sciatica can stop you being able to do the most basic things such as walking, bending or sitting and severely interrupt your life.
The impact of having a dizziness and balance problem can be annoying but not severe or can be debilitating, making it difficult to walk, drive, work, and even enjoy life. Often leading to feelings of frustration, loss of confidence, anxiety and depression.
The knee is the largest joint in the body. It is made up of the femur (thigh bone), the tibia (shin bone), the patella (knee cap), the supporting ligaments and interarticular cartilage. As one of the most complex joints, there are many potential causes of knee pain.
"Tennis elbow", is the most common overuse syndrome in the elbow. It is a tendinopathy injury involving the extensor muscles of the forearm. Our team specialises in elbow injuries and its management.
At Physio on wheels we know and understand the importance of NDIS reports and are experts in helping parents and individuals getting individualised and concise reports, Our physiotherapists and exercise physiologists can provide assessment and reports for individuals with ASD and other related conditions.
Assessments evaluate an individual’s difficulties, the type of difficulties they are experiencing, the severity of their difficulties and how these difficulties are impacting the individual in their everyday lives.
Reports provide a detailed overview of the patient’s assessment results, treatment and any recommendations which have been made by the therapist. The ASD Clinic can provide reports on request by the individual, their parents / carers or other professionals involved in their care.
At the ASD Clinic we can provide specialist reports which include:
At Physio on wheels we can provide assessments at a time and location to suit your needs; in the home, school and clinic environments.
Private patients – No referral is necessary.
NDIS – No referral necessary.
DVA/Medicare or work injury clients do need a referral from a GP to be covered.
We Bulk Bill DVA + Workcover, CTP clients.
We cover a large portion of North Brisbane – Call us on 0447 664 941 to find out if we can help.
Please use the contact us form on our website and one of our team members will call you within in 24 hours to discuss your needs, alternatively please call us on 0447 664 941 to make a booking with one of our Physio’s or EP’s.
At Physio on wheels, our team carries all the necessary equipment which may be needed to provide a comprehensive service to you in thew comfort of your own home.
Light, comfortable clothing
Our physiotherapist will do a comprehensive assessment and treatment during the session. The treatment at home may include massage, joint mobilisation, Exercise prescription followed by a detailed home based exercise program.
Either before or after consultation.
Cash, credit card are accepted. For NDIS, Workcover or DVA clients our team processes the invoice which is then sent directly to your plan manager or case officer.
No, you will have to claim online once an invoice has been paid. Mobile terminals are not supported by health funds.